China will suspend all imports of coal from North Korea starting Feb. 19, the country's commerce ministry said.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on coal country's new optimism under President Trump.
Murray Energy CEO Robert Murray said there is no scientific analysis to back Obama-era initiatives to ease climate change. There is.
Jefferies says Arch Coal can generate enough cash in the next five years to equal nearly 70 percent of its current market value.
Robert Murray, Murray Energy Corporation founder, president & CEO, discusses President Trump's repeal of a coal mining rule from the Obama administration.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports from Ohio about the Trump administration's pledges to the coal mining industry.
Paul Flynn, MD and CEO of Whitehaven Coal, talks about the company's strong results, due largely to the surge in coal prices.
President Trump speaks after stripping back an environmental rule against coal country that prevented waste from being dumped into streams.
The Stream Protection Rule would have cost an average 260 jobs a year and created 250 positions annually, a government report said.
President Trump signs a bill repealing an environmental regulation on coal country. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the details.
The Appalachian region — which President Donald Trump carried handily — could lose more than 1,000 coal mining jobs in the next two years.
CNBC's John Harwood reports that the Senate has passed a repeal of the stream protection rule, the first action in deregulation under the Trump administration.
Electric power utilities passed a significant milestone in carbon emissions last year.
Market watchers anticipating drastic changes in energy regulations under Donald Trump should temper their expectations, Kevin Book says.
Iron ore prices staged a strong rally in 2016 but prices are expected to fall by a-third or more from current levels, the Australian government said.
China is spluttering under sky-high pollution levels. Here are three ways the smog has made headlines in recent days.
Cheap, low-sulfur coal from one state feeds the West, but the region is shifting to natural gas and renewable energy.
Air pollution in north China reached hazardous levels for the fourth straight day on Tuesday, highlighting the fallout from resurgent coal output.
The transition to cleaner coal is also subject to interruptions, says Warren Gilman at CEF Holdings.
Beijing had been making progress on energy but economic pressures in recent months caused things to regress, says Lauri Myllyvirta at Greenpeace.